Weijian Zhou mostly deals with Climatology, Monsoon, Holocene, East Asian Monsoon and Glacial period. The concepts of his Climatology study are interwoven with issues in Younger Dryas, Climate change, Precipitation, Deglaciation and China. His Monsoon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pleistocene and Loess.
His studies deal with areas such as Peat, Radiocarbon dating, Quaternary and Physical geography as well as Holocene. His East Asian Monsoon research incorporates themes from Plateau, Northern Hemisphere and Cave. His Glacial period research integrates issues from Atmospheric circulation and Oceanography.
Weijian Zhou spends much of his time researching Physical geography, Climatology, Holocene, Radiocarbon dating and Monsoon. His Physical geography research includes themes of Glacial period, Marine isotope stage, Climate change, China and Plateau. His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Younger Dryas, Deglaciation and Pollen.
His study in Holocene is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Peat, Quaternary and Paleoclimatology. Weijian Zhou has included themes like Fossil fuel, Paleosol, Loess and Chronology in his Radiocarbon dating study. His Monsoon research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Speleothem, Pleistocene, Precipitation, Northern Hemisphere and Forcing.
His main research concerns Physical geography, Climate change, Atmospheric sciences, Climatology and Monsoon. His work deals with themes such as Radiocarbon dating, Paleoclimatology, Marine isotope stage, Interglacial and Holocene, which intersect with Physical geography. His research integrates issues of Glacial period, Loess plateau, Tridacna and Plateau, Qinghai tibet plateau in his study of Climate change.
Weijian Zhou has researched Atmospheric sciences in several fields, including Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Relative humidity. Weijian Zhou works on Climatology which deals in particular with Atmospheric circulation. His study in Monsoon focuses on East Asian Monsoon in particular.
Weijian Zhou mainly investigates Climate change, Physical geography, Air quality index, Atmospheric sciences and Pleistocene. His work carried out in the field of Climate change brings together such families of science as Atmospheric chemistry, Haze, Haze pollution and Fine particulate. His research in Physical geography intersects with topics in Loess plateau, Global temperature, Plateau and Vegetation cover.
The Air quality index study combines topics in areas such as Particulates, Water vapor and Relative humidity. His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tropical cyclone, Extreme weather, Giant clam, Biogeochemical cycle and Moisture. Weijian Zhou combines subjects such as East Asia, Younger Dryas, Allerød oscillation, Holocene and Teleconnection with his study of Pleistocene.
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Persistent sulfate formation from London Fog to Chinese haze
Gehui Wang;Gehui Wang;Gehui Wang;Renyi Zhang;Renyi Zhang;Mario E. Gomez;Mario E. Gomez;Lingxiao Yang;Lingxiao Yang.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
Interplay between the Westerlies and Asian monsoon recorded in Lake Qinghai sediments since 32 ka.
Zhisheng An;Zhisheng An;Steven M. Colman;Weijian Zhou;Xiaoqiang Li.
Scientific Reports (2012)
Glacial-Interglacial Indian Summer Monsoon Dynamics
An Zhisheng;An Zhisheng;Steven C. Clemens;Ji Shen;Xiaoke Qiang.
A Database and Synthesis of Northern Peatland Soil Properties and Holocene Carbon and Nitrogen Accumulation
Julie Loisel;Zicheng Yu;David W. Beilman;Philip Camill.
The Holocene (2014)
Severe haze in northern China: A synergy of anthropogenic emissions and atmospheric processes.
Zhisheng An;Zhisheng An;Ru-Jin Huang;Ru-Jin Huang;Renyi Zhang;Xuexi Tie.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2019)
High-resolution evidence from southern China of an early Holocene optimum and a mid-Holocene dry event during the past 18,000 years
Weijian Zhou;Xuefeng Yu;A.J. Timothy Jull;G. Burr.
Quaternary Research (2004)
New eolian red clay sequence on the western Chinese Loess Plateau linked to onset of Asian desertification about 25 Ma ago
Xiaoke Qiang;Zhisheng An;Yougui Song;Hong Chang.
Science China-earth Sciences (2011)
Reconstruction of late glacial and Holocene climate evolution in southern China from geolipids and pollen in the Dingnan peat sequence
Weijian Zhou;Weijian Zhou;Shucheng Xie;Philip A. Meyers;Yanhong Zheng.
Organic Geochemistry (2005)
Lipid biomarkers in the Zoigê-Hongyuan peat deposit: Indicators of Holocene climate changes in West China
Yanhong Zheng;Weijian Zhou;Philip A. Meyers;Shucheng Xie.
Organic Geochemistry (2007)
Peat record reflecting Holocene climatic change in the Zoigê Plateau and AMS radiocarbon dating
Weijian Zhou;Xuefeng Lu;Zhengkun Wu;Lin Deng.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2002)
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